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arguments from anti-gun advocates is that we don't need more guns. but sometimes guns save lives. two in georgia gaz whose home was invaded. it happened 30 miles from atlanta. when the person broke in the hid in the crawl space. when the suspect found them she shot him. it didn't kill him but sent him fleeing. because she was able to have that weapon she was able to save herself and her kids. he is currently under hospital under police custody. >> eric: that is whole point. gun control people, a lot of people say let's make it harder and more difficult. register every gun. they want to do all these things. problematic is what you are doing you are making it more difficult for law abiding citizens who want to have guns protect themselves like this lady and countless of hundreds of thousands that protect their own property and stuff from bad guys, hurt them. you inhibit them from getting guns and allow criminals to get guns. last i checked, heroin and cocaine are illegal, right? people still get heroin and cocaine, bad guys are getting it and they are breaking the law. >> so heroin and
myself from something what that woman went through. but i don't want my ability to be hampered by the government. so i have an open mind. i don't feel as strongly as some people. >> kimberly: quick stepping on the constitution. we shouldn't run scared from bad guys. they can get these guns at a gun show regardless. >> bob: what i would like to do, i've got some numbers. he cites this two million people a year, save themselves from gun violence. can we bring up the stat study. guns are used in self-defense two million times a year, that is average of 5480 times per day and that is northwestern school of law. its nice story about this lady. i wonder if eric you could name me the other 5,000 that would protected that same day. >> you pulled up a stat that millions of people are saving their lives by owning guns. >> bob: that story got into the paper. i want to know, that is newsworthy story. the idea of two million people is bogus and it is a lie. >> it's from northwestern law school. >> bob: and they are lying. and writer of that was..., it's 5,480. i want to know where it is. >>
this hearing now because we don't have a lot of time and we've tried to have hearings previously but it was just hard pulling the different departments together with the responses to the questions that we had. so hopefully moewd, the person who's been working on this project is on i believe sick leave so unable to be here to respond, but i do believe that valley brown may be returning to work in district 5 office or at least that's the rumor. if that's the case then hopefully she'll be able to answer some of the questions that might come up today and that will definitely forward to her. also redevelopment agency certainly there's been a lot of really bad history in the western addition over the decades and accountability is something i think people would really like to see, so i am not sure how we necessarily achieve that other than continuing to kind of have to informational hearings and for people to continue to ask questions, which we will then again forward to redevelopment personnel to moewd and to the oversight board. but i believe that before supervisor mercurini left, h
wall street to come and meet and talk about things then you don't know what really will come out of it. this is a parade of people coming through. do you think that something is really going to come out of it? >> we'll definitely get a report. how much the administration will push this, remember the administration didn't have all that much to say on gun control until these recent events developed. they always had positions on it but didn't go out of their way to discuss it. they're going for the optics. having meetings with different stakeholders. whether this translates into actual policy we'll see. that report comes out tuesday. waiting to see what is in it. melissa: definitely. rich edson, thanks so much. in light of everything that has happened some lawmakers are wondering should anyone have access to semiautomatic assault rifles and high-capacity magazines? according to the second amendment every american has the right to bear arms but alderman joe marino says not everyone should have access to the weapons. he hasn't heard an argument to believe otherwise. why do you think banning
vice president biden to finally move this debt and the fiscal cliff issue forward. i don't think he does have the kind of respectful valuation from republicans that you would like to see in the secretary of treasury. >> senator sessions, thanks very much for sharing your shoes. it will be a lively process to be sure. i think chuck hegel's will be the next to be the defense secretary. we will see what happens with john brennan and john kerry to be the next secretary of state. we will be having much more extensive coverage of this later today at 4:00 p.m. in "the situation room." thanks very much for watching. brooke baldwin continues our coverage right now. >> wolf, thank you. the worst flu season in three years rocks the country. doctor sanjay gupta joins me live on what to expect over the next month. i'm brooke baldwin. the news is now. showdown at the white house. find out what happens when joe biden meets the nra and movie execs about gun control. plus one group wants to see pictures of osama bin laden's body. now a court is hearing its case against the president. and -- >> the n
victims in this case. >> to run back to one of your points, we don't know if the shooting happened on campus and in one of the classrooms or nearby. this happened as you mentioned with the shooter, we don't know if he was a student. >> i think that's an important point to make. early reports, we know that it's a shooting at taft union high school. we are trying to sift through to understand whether it happened in the school itself or whether it happened outside the school. we can confirm that there victims in this case and the police department -- >> injuries. thank goodness. nothing worse than that. let us know if you find out more. >> we will. >> happening now, the most controversial here and perhaps confrontational meeting, joe biden will have as his task force figures out what it do to curb gun violence. here he was. vice president and his group talking with the national rifle association representatives. that is happening right now at the white house as i speak. earlier he talked with sports men and hunter groups and all of this talking according to the vice president he said
. at homes and bars, crowds of the faithful grown as the packers took an early lead and major come back. don is in san francisco where he watched the game with the fans. >> reporter: those folks are all gone now. but here at irelands they are still celebrating. and celebrating that 49er win. and here's what it looked like a little while ago. >> they were groaning, not cheering as green bay scores first. the 49er fans here at irelands are not faint at heart. >> it's been incredible. being here in the middle has been exhilarating. >> got off to a bad start. >> yes yes. but it's very early. a lot of time left. >> we came up from so cal to watch the game. >> you can watch it down there. >> no, we have to be in san francisco. definitely. >> even if it's on tv. >> absolutely. got to be in the crowd. >> you are in the crowd now. how does it feel ? >> it feels great. this is perfect. couldn't be better. >> first play of the 4th quarter. frank gore two yard run as another 49er touchdown. left no doubt about where the game was heading. >> bad defense. right mimic right place . best defense in the leag
papers are not a person -- they don't signify the corporation, so he throws up the question of what exactly is a corporation. >> jennifer: how does the corporation manifest itself? >> exactly. >> jennifer: thank you so much for coming in to tell the story. >> thank you. >> jennifer: jonathan frieman inside "the war room." >> thank you. >> jenenenenenenenenenenenenenenenenenenenenenenenenenenenenenen night. we'll see you back here tomorrow. ♪ [ ♪ theme music ♪ ] welcome to "the young turks." we've got an awesome show for you tonight. don't we every night. gun control advocates, including sun whosomeone who is going to be on the show, colin goddard. >> we're determined to take action. this is not an exercise in photo opportunity. >> stop and frisk in new york. a judge said you know, a little unconstitutional because of moments like this. >> cenk: the amount of time they have stop and frisk minorities is insane. and speaking of insane, the subsidiary of halliburton poison our troops. that is not theoretical they won. they poisoned our troops. now they want us to pay for it. >
except give advice on the home remedies. >> reporter: keep hydrated, rest and quarantine yourself. >> don't go to school, don't do to work. >> reporter: even churches are changing the way they worship. >> i'm an old lady, i'm a hugger, so i try not to, but it just comes. >> reporter: for many doctors, faith lies in the flu vaccine, which is still available nationwide. erica edwards, nbc news. >>> coming up on "news4 at 5," doreen gentzler will have more on the flu increase here in our area and how to protect yourself. >>> breaking news on a school shooting in southern california. one 16-year-old student is in critical condition at this hour after allegedly being shot by a fellow classmate right in the middle of the classroom. this unfolded this morning at taft union high school in a roethlisberger to rural town -- they werible to talk that accused shooter down at which point officers took him into custody. police are just revealing that new information in a new conference a moment ago. >> you know, if it weren't for the teacher and the quick response, we don't know what might have happene
the rich some more, forget about spending cuts and ignore the the debt. you know i'm right, kirsten, don't you? >> you're probably right. i hope you're wrong. i hope you're wrong. i don't want that end up being what's happening. the truth is-- >> hold on, i really apologize for interrupting like this. you think i'm wrong. >> yeah. stuart: do you really think that nancy pelosi and the president are going to back off on their threat to tax the rich even more? and we don't want any touching of social security, medicare and medicaid. >> you're definitely right about the taxes going up and i'm hopeful you're wrong about the fact he's not going to address debt and spending and i think i'm just going to hold out hope that they are going to, you know, actually do something on that. in terms of whether jacks lew changes anything, you're right the president makes the policy. now, sometimes you can have a treasury secretary that can have an influence like if you have a robert ruben kind of person who had a heavy influence on bill clinton and got him to see how important reducing the deficit was. bu
today. we have to get our act together. we borrow 43 cents of every dollar we spend. if you don't have pomtitions that are willing to stand up to the president, who has no interest in reforming the way we spend. his first proposal to us was to borrow, to tax $1.6 trillion. and then not reduce the deficit but to add in another stimulus bill of $50 billion in 2013. he's a classic tax and spend liberal. we have to change our ways. there was one great hope left and it's the house of representatives. we can do it but we have to get our act together. >> the precurser that many of us see this vote being, to the debt ceiling fight that's still ahead. >> yeah. >> will that result in the house saying, look, we aren't going to continue to just let you borrow money if uv no intention of stopping the runaway spending? >> i'm just going from my freshman year to sophomore year. i've been there two years. a lot of us thought from barack obama would be may have like bill clinton. once he lost big in the first off election year, 2010, he would come to the center. he didn't do that. and so now you see ou
levels from top to bottom. when we talk about organizing a around a singular principal, i don't think the solution is necessarily to consolidate around existing labor movements. it is not necessarily to formulate a third party platform. the solution is to use these tools and use these bodies in order to consolidate power and to use that power to challenge the way in which decisions are made fundamentally. >> i would like to have time for questions from the audience. please go to one of the of mikes so it can be sure to hear you. i will alternate between mikes as long as we have people at them. >> do you think cooperation does not work in this country because people do not know what it means? non-cooperation, civil disobedience. >> and if not, why not? >> in this country. i believe it should work, that is the only way to help in this country, but it does not really work. >> it works, if you get the numbers. the important thing is about building numbers. and sustaining it. but it certainly works. worked in the labor movement. the problem is it destroyed all of the radical movements. i w
of thing. so i don't know what the right answer is. it's a tough issue but i think it's one that we should continue to give thought to. >> agreed, agreed. so, colleagues, if there are no further comments, can we adopt the amendments as proposed by our deputy city attorney and the amendments of the whole without objection? >> yes. >> thank you. and can we support this item as well without -- with a positive recommendation without objection? thank you. thank you, everyone, for coming out. we have one more item on the agenda. miss miller, would you call our last item. >> item 7 is a hearing on the status post redevelopment in the western addition. >> sponsor is christina olague. my understanding is she is to be joining us. my understanding is that there are no department presentations and i'm wondering if we can go to public comment and then hopefully the sponsor will join us. so we'll hear first from planning and then from supervisor olague. so we have aaron star from planning. >> thought you forgot about me. good afternoon, supervisors, aaron star, planning department staff. i'm her
, practically, whatsoever. >> i don't want to throw any water on that, but historically, budget estimates, aren't they sometimes looked at as just being kind of widely optimistic? >> well, they vary. some are more wildly optimistic than others. i think we'll know more about that. the legislative analyst's office is going to put out its overview of the governor's budget next week. i'll be delving into it more deeply in the weeks to come. what we don't have is a lot of the sort of smoke and mirrors tricks, accounting tricks that were used to balance budgets in past years. not so much under jerry brown, but in recent memory. i won't name me names. this seems to be a bona fide projection. now, there was some raising of the eyebrows yesterday because the lao, the legtiislative analyst's office projected we might have a $2 billion deficit that needed to be fixed. jerry brown's budget does not show that. mainly because he's repaying loans from other pots of state money that were used to balance the general fund more slowly than the analysts anticipated and he also anticipates collecting considerably m
and don't think i didn't smile when i heard hostess went under. [laughter] (applause) but when i went to see the bust for that first time, a bust that i have to admit captured george's mile wide grin and dramatically imperfect teeth, i saw on the pedestal so many things that i didn't know were there. i saw the names of my brothers and sister inside a heart, my dad's favorite movie, quotes by him how much he considered being mayor, honor bestowed on him, and the things made possible for people who didn't have power, who didn't have voice, there was so much more on that pedestal than death. and, so, i think it's time to reclaim george moscone from the narcissistic legacy or the senselessness of dan white or the well intentioned world of hollywood or the better intentioned world of theater. it's time to reclaim him from the places where the real george gets lost in the story of others, even in my own. and we gift him back to the city and to the people, to his friends and to his colleagues and to the citizens who are the fabric and texture and color of san francisco. so, all of us can sto
/11 /12 in benghazi. [inaudible] yards away. we must revive the ban on these adult suspects. i don't want to. >> >> >> deemphasize the drug culture and americans and so we have this crisis mr. mayor of plants closing when the cheap labor markets, jobs leaving, drugs and guns coming. that requires a national effort by all of us. while i reach out to you in san francisco those that hear my voice please stop the killing. please stop drug flow. please give peace a chance. in this instance means that labor unions, trade unions must open up and provide more training so they can lay a brick. it means that the education system must instill the value of strong minds and that brings strong change. take your child to school. meet your child's teachers. exchange numbers. turn the tv off at night. take a report card every nine weeks and take your child to religious celebration once a week. most of the violence is from the bottom up, not top down. mothers say something like "i'm going to beat you boy. i'm going to beat you so the police don't have to do it one day". it was their own w
the president, please don't send jack lew. during the franl jill debt ceiling negotiations of 2011. it was unbelievable, boehner said. at one point i told the president, keep him out of here. i don't need somebody who just knows how to say no. with the lew pick, all of the president's top four cabinet posts state, defendants, cia, and treasury will be white men. at every briefing this week, reporters have pepper pressed jay carney about what some have dubbed obama's white guy problem. >> this is a couple of appointments. i think it would be useful to wait and make judgments about this issue after the president has made the totality of the appointments that he will make in transition to a second term. >> reporter: of obama's 16 cabinet positions, only two are women. kathleen sebelius and homeland security, janet napolitano. the labor and commerce are open and more will likely become so. it's an usual that can catch fire as we saw during the presidential campaign. >> i went to a number of women's groups and said can can you help us find folks and they brought us binders full of women
of fog out there, we may see some mid- 60s but don't get used to it, there is a big change coming up soon. >>> a big announcement about california state prisons today, why the governor is holding two press conferences about it. >>> also a surprising study, the driver is blamed for much of the gridlock and ktvu channel 2 morning news continues. this is ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> good morning, thank you for waking up with us this tuesday morning, i am pam cook. >> let's check weather and traffic, steve is right there and you've got a really interesting forecast. >> well, it will go from one extreme to the other. temperatures 30s and 40s. today will be sunny and warmer for many unless you are out in the eastern parts of the bay area but high pressure is building and that will bring us sunshine and warmer temperatures especially in the south bay, here is sal. >>> good morning, we have a lot of fog as steve has been mentioning and it is a little bit foggy as you can bear clay see -- barely see some of the roads. not a lot of fog, there is a big accident on the east shore and i have a big
of the store. antioch police were here taking down any information. but we don't know any suspects' descriptions at this point. but at this moment, the clerk refused medical attention. he's working this morning. he says that he's a little bit spooked out by what happened. but he will continue to work until the owner gets here. roughly around 9:00 this morning. he also says he just started this job about a week ago. we're live in antioch, brian flores, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> police in gilroy are looking for a man they say tried to pick up an 11-year-old girl walking home. it happened on monterey road last week. police say the man offered her a ride but when another driver saw what was happening. he took off. police say the man was driving a ford green 2000 astrovan. the suspect is described as an hispanic man between 50 to 60 years old with short black here and a mustache. >>> petaluma police are also investigating a similar incident. yesterday, a 14-year-old girl reported that a man asked her to get into his car just outside westside elementary school. police say the girl kept wa
it and for commissioners. so, we don't have to make any decision about scheduling today, but i will bring it up in the next week because i think it's an issue that is a very important one and it's been with us for decades and i think there is a solution that's out there. so, i call your attention to the document in the public record, and it is entitled san francisco plan for dealing with chronic homelessness. and i think you'll find it very enlightening. thank you. >> thank you. any additional comments, questions by commissioners? okay, next item, please. >> commissioners, that places you on item 4, review and approval of combined commission secretary position announcement and recruitment process. commissioner antonini will present this item. >> thank you. on december 27th i am happy to report that i met with members of the department of human resources along with diane masuda from the preservation commission. and we have tentatively reached an agreement with them on classification issues for the selection process for the new secretary. and we have with us today sean sherberg. i asked him to come forward a
. and if you don't have politicians who are willing to stand up to the president, who has no interest in reforming the way we spend, his first proposal to us was to borrow, to tax 1.6 trillion dollars and then not reduce the deficit, but to add in another stimulus bill in 2013. he's a classic tax and spend liberal. one great hope left, it's the house of representatives, we can do it, but we have to get our act together. >> mike: the precursor that many of us see this vote being. the debt ceiling ahead. will the house say, look, we're not going to continue to let you borrow money if you have no intention of stopping run away spending? >> i'm going from my freshman to my sophomore year. i've been there two years, many of us thought that he would behave like bill clinton, once he lost big in the first off election year, 2010 he'd come to the center. he didn't do that. so now you see our house-- i was just there yesterday. they are more focused than ever to engage in this fight. whether it's going to be during the debt limit debate that's going to come in two months or we have a cr debate
're getting ours now and believe me, for those of you who don't like this warm stuff, we've got something for you, too. 57 degrees was the high here, atlanta 68 degrees, tampa 84 degrees today and new orleans 70. check out temperatures right now. it's 46 in the district and that's significant because that 10:00 temperature is 3 degrees warmer than our average high for the day would be. we don't even see many places in the 30s, frederick down to 37, one of the colder spots it. doesn't look like it's going to be that -- spots. it doesn't look like it's going to be that cold tonight. we'll have some clouds coming into the picture to help keep temperatures near 40. heading into the weekend is when the warm stuff comes. you can see both the air masses. one of reasons we'll warm up so much is because we've got a really big push of cold air that will seesaw down through the west and that will make the other half of the seesaw go up on the east coast. mild conditions, warm temperatures and what are we talking about? how about 15 to 30 degrees above normal. that's for the weekend. in the short ter
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rural areas don't have a magistrate or a district attorney on duty 24 hours a day, seven days a week in order to look at the warrant request, and he asked, well, should all of the country operate the way new york city does. and mr. shapiro said no, but, in the absence of any evidence, getting a warrant a cumbersome and time consuming or that having the warrant or not having the warrant requirement affects the conviction rate you shouldn't dispense with the warrant requirement. >> does a case like this fit into etiological sides that you can, you know, compare to other cases or is this somehow different when you get into a fourth amendment search? >> sometimes the fourth amendment does show an etiological divide on the court but on this argument in particular, i didn't see that. i thought, across the board, the court was leery of dispensing with the warrant requirement, and they were looking for, perhaps, some kind of a compromise here, saying that the police, at least, have to try to get the warrant, and if they don't get the warrant, then maybe the courts in general should look at t
as the president mentioned. but missing in the discussions, and i don't think that this was planned to be announced during this visit is the question of how much money will be required for the afghan national security forces which have reached 344,000. and hire being 174,000, and congress mr. have a say. >> brown: the question of the scale and speed of the drawdown estimate to come as the president said, but much of this is about what happened afterwards, after 2014, that so-called security agreement of some kind. >> yes, absolutely. two key issues for the future of afghanistan is the political certainty. for an afghan, insecurity is to the a problem, it's uncertainty. the fact we don't know what we are transitioning too. what is next for afghan. part of that has to be form nature-- formulated by the afghan political leadership. they can help to a certain degree but we still do need to hear very clearly what is in for afghanistan after 2014, as far as what from the national partner but most importantly how afghanistan itself sees itself in a changing region. >> what about this of hamid karzai sayin
that -- that certain students cost more to educate than other students is valid. i don't think many people dispute that. it's a matter of how do you implement that? and how do you pay for it? and that's where that rubber hits the road. >> it's kind of hard. it has to be fair across the board, it doesn't matter what student or what income level they're at. >> reporter: even though it would benefit schools in the west contra costa unified school district, charles ramsey believes that the governor's plan will only breed bitterness. >> how is it going to accomplish that? i don't think it's fair to say to other school districts that they should lose their funding to help us. i just don't support that kind of proposal. >> reporter: and if you are wondering to what happened to all that additional sales tax that you just passed for education? it is going to schools but because there were so many cuts in the last five years, this only brings the schools back to where they started so just at zero. i'm grace lee, cbs 5. >>> on the higher education front it appears gover
for being here this evening and thank you for being here on a friday night. i don't do this for a living so you're going to have to fill in in the middle. let's start off with we all know the wonderful shows and movies you've been involved with, many of which have overlapped with politics from "homeland," "the queen", so the first thing i'd like to ask -- i'd like to talk about the shows "homeland" and "the queen." where did those come from in the first place? >> "24" came from a basic idea, two writers. joel said it was an in the shower idea. i'm thinking about television and in television there are 22 or 24 episodes in a season, thinking about the number 24 and said could you do an entire series of television over the course of one day. and i was an executive at fox at the time and when he came in and said this to me and that was an intriguing notion could you do an entire series of television over one day real time. then he laid out the barest bones of a story that would support that. it's a guy day of the california primary first an african-american was shot at the white house and he go
outburst was something you don't often see from him. other people in the room said that for jack lew that's angry but it's not necessarily how other people display their anger. >> woodruff: jared bernstein, what's he like to work with? >> very insightful, deep knowledge of fiscal matters. he's been working, as you heard, on budgetary issues for about three decades and these are issues that get more and more complicated. jack keeps that all in his head. extremely good listener, very reasonable person but one of the things you always hear that reminded me in listening to juliana, a constant in my work with jack and his career has been a recognition that one of the important roles of government is the to protect economically vulnerable people. you heard hit in the medicaid story but you can say the same thing about protecting the social safety net, about medicare. this isn't a guy who won't put spending cuts on the table or won't even entertain -- he's a guy who would entertain cutss to entitlements but they have to be structured in a way that protect economically vulnerable retirees people
on plane simulators, boat pilots train on ship simulators so problems like this one don't happen. the california maritime academy simulators account for nonhuman contingencies and uncontrols such as mechanical failures. >> you're going to have incidents because things have to be under your control. there'll be mechanical failures that you can't control. the difference is how you respond to them. >> reporter: on a clear day the bay bridge is completely avoidable. but drop the visible down to .25 like it was yesterday and things get very dicey. >> this is what the bay bridge looks like with a .25 visibility and we're much closer than a .25 of a mile. >> you really have to be able to multi task and get everybody working together and you have to rely on your bridge team. >> reporter: an that with ships from all corners of the world means dealing with people with different nationalities and communication. since simulators can create many types of situations, pilots can be confidence when if a what if turns into a what now. >>> on ktvu you can find more on that collision. >>> a moraga
. neighbors say they don't know him or his wife or two-year-old child. they knew they had dogs but they certainly did not know about the 34 pounds of marijuana that mr. teeth was apparently guarding. one woman said she gets upset when she thinks about all the kids who play in the neighborhood. >> it is terrible, it is the size of a child and i don't know how that could happen. it is very scary. >> reporter: let me show you the marijuana mr. teeth was guarding, an estimated street value of $134,000. he was being held on $160,000 bail and will face charges for drug charges. we have seen them online costing 250 bucks on up and we should also tell you, fish and game list it as illegal to own. we also expect more charges will be filed because he was not legally okay to have that alligator inside his home. claudine wong ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> police are issuing a safety warning to women in palo alto. janine de la vega has more on the search for the suspect and what the woman said he did. >> reporter: the man exposed himself to the woman here near california avenue. the woma
's a smoke free lease. >> do you try to educate members to be sure they don't forget to do that? >> absolutely, we have a monthly magazine, a web site, we publish monthly announcements, we'd absolutely be doing our outreach. >> thank you, next speaker. thank you. >> hello, my name is victoria paque and i'm an advocate with the san francisco apartment association. the san francisco apartment soerkts supports the tobacco smoke disclosure. it would benefit prospective tenants who have a right to know if they might be exposed to second hand smoke in an apartment, and it would also help property owners and managers. letting prospective tenants know if the leases of units surrounding an apartment allows smoking helps a tenant make an informed decision about living in a building. having this information before signing a lease and moving in will result in fewer situations where a new tenant is surprised and disappointed by second hand smoke. therefore, disclothesing this information should result in fewer broken leases due to second hand smoke and nuisance complaints. prudent landl
wrapping herself in blankets. she died sunday. she had heart failure and breast cancer. >> i don't think it was necessarily a surprise for us but it still is stunning and shocking to lose someone who really was very much a part of our zoo family for years. >> reporter: tallulah was the oldest animal at the zoo in her mid-50s and it lived there the longest. her death is hard on staff who say she had a strong connection with humans. before coming here, she had been raised as a pet. >> she was a very intelligent chimpanzees. she had a personality that was larger than life. >> reporter: her loss a surprise to visitors, met with her picture and announcement of her passing outside the chimp exhibit. >> that's really sad. we come here all the time. >> reporter: the other chimps have also been here since the 1960s. they have been acting quieter than normal in her absence. zoo staff say although they're sad she's gone, she left behind a legacy. tallulah was instrumental in resome on geriatric animals and inspired the zoo to implement techniques to impr
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